Some sculptors long and hard to turn lifeless blocks of stone in the delights of fine art, others, however, prefer to work with a malleable and soft clay, which in a matter of hours allows to realize a flight of fancy wizard. But there is such as Jonty Hurwitz who produces billions of computer calculations, before to proceed with the materialization his ideas.
Mr. Hurwitz was born in 1969 in Johannesburg. Today he lives and works in London.
He calls himself a Renaissance artist and constantly complains technology has taken away from humanity’s sense of beauty, replacing his all-consuming sense of superiority, flavored with greatness, selfishness and permissiveness, which are called illusory and limiting modern people as individuals. However, he recognizes that technology is a necessity – the essence of progress, without which we would have returned to the stone age.